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a five-year high as traders worried about political uncertainty in the eurozone and watched energy prices sink yet again. some context. the dow roared because 14,000 last week but has retreated 133 so far today. >> then there's this before we wrap things up. we'll start at the end of this story. police in lincoln, nebraska, recently arrested a 19-year-old man on suspicion he drew marijuana. they made the arrest after they found equipment and pot used in grow operations in his home. why were the police in his home? because he let them in and why did he let them in? because he called police earlier in the day to report that two strangers forced their way into his home and stole two pipes. so just bring the cops in. what is this? this is my garden. smells a little different. stupid is as stupid does. see you back here tonight on fox report, and until then, have a great afternoon. captioned by closed captioning services inc. >> they nation's debt blowing past 16-1/2 trillion dollars today. is this any time for the president to be blowing another budget deadline? i'm in for have no could --
oamerica's den oil could be numbered. >> reporter: the u.s. has discover energy than it thought it had. some talk about north american energy independence. >> we could make opec n0pec. the reason, advances in technology such as fracking, horizohorizontal drilling and or improvements which increase natural gas production by 27% in just four years, making the u.s. number one in gas with oil on its way. >> we're talking decades, if not into the hundreds of years of supply in north america. >> it's been estimated by the energy information agency that we could be the number one oil producer in the world by 2020, surpassing saudi arabia, so this is a big deal. it's a game-changing opportunity, and it's of historic proportions. >> reporter: even though who share the administration desire to reduce the use the petro chemicals acknowledge projections that the u.s. will produce one-third more of its own oil by 2020. 1 analyst said self reliance must include alternatives such as wind, solar, and more. >> we can reduce our dependence on foreign oil by shifting to electric vehicles and investing in
hundred e-mail accounts hit after the department of energy. the u.s. has made little progress in the negotiations with china to stop the cack it denies it's behind. >> they are our number one adversary, whether you think militarily in the cyberdomain, economic, when you look at economic espionage, chine china is our biggest threat. >> now the u.s. is considering new economic and diplomatic steps to fight chinese hacking according to fortunately times. that will include more information sharing between washington and private companies to protect critical systems and infrastructure like power grids and communications systems. administration officials won't comment on the specific cybersecurity plan. eric? >> peter, we'll leave it there. a growing problem in america. >>> the government promised a most energy efficient super bowl ever. then this happens. any coincidence? and don't feel like shopping -- become a mailman. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be cool if we took the nissan altima and reimagined nearly everything in it? gave it greater horsepower and class-leading 38 mpg hig
businesses grow and put ourselves on a path towards energy independence. and that's not always an easy balancing act. but with enthusiasm and skill and dedication, that's exactly what ken salazar's done over the last four years. we were just reminiscing a little bit. i've known ken since we were both running for the senate together. and became the only two incoming democrats in our senate class, people ras remembers this, it was a lonely time. we actually lived in the same building when we first arrived in washington, and ken, you'll recall, it was a little discouraging because basically everybody else who lived there was 20 or 25. so we were the two geriatrics in this building. but i came to appreciate quickly not just his friendship, which if you have ken salazar as a friend, you've got a real friend. not only did i come to appreciate his jump shot, he is surprisingly quick on the court, but also his patriotism and his belief that we have got a responsibility to care for the land with which we have been blessed. and it is not surprising that ken feels this way, after all, his ancesto
with our free usaa retirement guide. call 877-242-usaa. look, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ ♪ that's why right here in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 years. what's it going to do to the planet? natural gas is the cleanest conventional fuel there is. we've got to be smart about this. it's a smart way to go. ♪ ♪ (announcer) make mornings special, with fancy feast mornings gourmet cat food. mornings are delicious protein rich entrees with garden veggies and egg. fancy feast mornings. the best ingredient is love. & >> osgood: and now a page from our sunday morning almanac. february 3 1894, 119 years ago today. the day artist norman rockwell was born in new york city. his magazine illustrations brought football into american homes long before tv ever did. and it wasn't just football. for 47 years beginning in 1916, norman rockwell painted 323 covers for the weekly saturday evening post, portraying everyd
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. and here in the united states, cnn now confirming just moments ago, secretary of energy steven chu is resigning, and he is the latest cabinet member to inform the president he will not stay for a second term. and there are reports that there are a number of officials making announcements as well. and hillary clinton's last day as secretary of state, and she said she is ready for some rest after logging almost a million miles in the air. >>> editors at the wall street journal say there are hackers in china, and they were trying to find out how the wall street journals was covering stories in china. and newspapers say they have now beefed up their cyber security. >>> we are also watching the markets, your money, as well. the dow hit 14000. it's the first time that the dow has reached 14000 since 2007. alison kosik is at the new york stock exchange. tell us how it happened. >> it's the jobs number that was pretty strong. it showed january's job reports, 157,000 jobs were added to the economy, but the way wall street sees it, it came in soft. wall street is looking at it at a more broa
've got is in an earlier generation, with an earlier structure, the republicans can take the energy of the people of the grass roots. bend it toward the middle and use it to elect people like ronald reagan and the bushes, father and son. but all of that architecture is gone. all you've got is the energy at the grass roots that isn't organized in anyway. and karl rove can't organize it. neither can any of the other people who played with that power but who now can't control it. >> so those who rode the tiger are now inside the tiger. >> exactly. >> don't forget, the chamber of commerce, at very times, made common cause with the antigovernment, anti-tax, anti-everything. they were willing to get in bed with him at certain points. and now they're paying for it. and karl is trying to unwind what he's wound. >> he's like a track tout. i used to go and after the races were over, they would show you who they'd recommend you'd bet on. it was always the winners that pass out the free picks. i would have bet on this guy. that's rove out there saying i would have had all of these winners picke
maxx hd by motorola. >> the source of energy that's becoming khraoerp, we all know -- cheaper, we all know it's cleaner and more businesses are starting to take notice. we've got to double down on a clean-energy industry that's never been more promising. doubling the clean energy we use. to jump-start a home-grown clean-energy industry. >>gretchen: remember when president obama touted the future of green energy and pumped billions of tax dollars into solar energy. today the future looks dim as investments in green energy are beginning to dry up. >>steve: as the subsidies dry up, so does the business. because? >> there's tons of jobs and the entire industry is relying upon these billions of dollars, and we know where those billions have gotten up. according to my research, .1% of the grid comes from solar power. you think about the money that's gone in, billions, and the output. almost nothing; right? now wall street -- this is a big business issue, and what everybody is talking about is what's going to happen with the shraor industry? -- going to happen with the solar industry? what i
, he held my administration move america from real energy independence. we have doubled the use of renewable energy, dramatically reduce our dependence on foreign oil. you can read the full statement at your leisure. i will go to questions >> does the president considered the attack in turkey to be a terrorist attack? >> a suicide bombing on the perimeter of an embassy is, by definition, an act of terror. we do not know at this point who is responsible or the motivations behind the attack. the attack itself is clearly an act of terror. >> the birth control -- is this recognition that the initial rules were an overreach? >> not at all. for details about the rulemaking process on which there is news today, i refer you to hhs. i would remind you of a policy that the president outlined last year. in outlining it, he set two important criteria. one, we have to ensure that women have access to preventive services like contraception. the policy also respects religious elites. those criteria have been followed by the department in this role. as part of this process, there is more common
jobs in the recent months. this is a state decided by the year 2020, 30% of all its energy must be green sources solar and wind. yet, california, sits on the biggest national gas resources in the entire country and now planning to build for alternate energy plants the ehe equivalent of 470 disney world theme parks just in california by the next, you know, ten or more years. this s going to raise the cost for all business and imtaling you you what we are seeing today, more businesses going to leave, california. you saw the golfer phil mickelson saying my marginal tax rate in california is 62%. he will leave, california. we are only seeing a start here. i think that california is not out of the problems at all. i think the new tax increase for $6 billion more a year will drive business out of the state and they will have a hard time. >> greta: they certainly are putting a standard up for themselves that will le tested. we will all be watching, california. thank you. >> what do you think about the two governors fighting like that? tell us your thoughts about governor perry versus g
that will grab energy from this system somewhere off new jersey or even maybe southern delaware to create the really strong and deepening storm that will wallop new england tomorrow night and saturday morning. for us temperatures 38 degrees, so even if we get a little wintery mix here or down to quantico, we think a lot of that will melt on the pavement, but i'm sure the road crews will be out there and during the day it's just light rain. futurecast, let's go forward in time, take this to the morning rush hour. look how much the heavy rain is developing down through eastern north carolina, southeastern virginia. we'll have some rain for the morning rush hour, maybe a little mixing, some sleet ticking on your windshield. it often slows down the commute, but the snow will be out there toward allegany county west of hagerstown and winchester. let's go to the noon hour. look how much of d.c. is dry. here's the dry slot as our stops tries to develop off the coast. so many hours tomorrow afternoon probably dry but now as it gets to the coast, grabs the energy from the other northern stream sys
packed into the britannia arms near downtown san jose and the game has just resumed so the energy is picking up. of course, this has been a game full of high points and low points for 49ers fans tonight. >> south bay fans are cheering just as loud as fans in san francisco. nearly everyone here is hoping to be part of the super bowl win. the big game is only part of the fun. super bowl sunday is also about being with friends, having a few beers and enjoying bar food. most of the groups here are groups of friends and also a few families cheering on then 49ers. >> i'm excited. excitement, a little buzz. chasing my son all over britannia arms. >> now, as he mentioned there has been quite a few sections where the fans have had mixed reactions and have been pretty subdued. especially in the first half. the hopes are that the 49ers are going to come back in the second half. hopefully be able to hear the cheers coming from san jose, reporting live, sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> dan: an update now on the power outage. the power is back on at the super bowl and the game has resumed. >> ama
. >> it's amazing how much money we spend on energy. americans spend on average $2900 per year. that is almost 4% of our pretax income. today's news is a bit strus traitd since using less gasoline in 2012. higher gas prices outweig]b= savings throughout those reduced consumption methods. a second report from union of concerned scientists found they'll spend as much on gas as the cost of the vehicle. motorists who purchase a electric vehicle could get a tax brake under a measure introduced today. it would provide exemptions for those who buy electric cars s sales of the vehicles have been slower due to their higher costs but assembly man hopes to offer these incentives. the state supreme court ruling today that it's okay for retailers to ask you for personal information which you buy something with a credit card. law bans brick and mortar stores for asking for data. but court ruled same law does not apply to merchants. ruling the need to protect from fraud outweighs concerns. our media partner marin independent journal points out a wet december followed by a dry january helped t
in areas such as infrastructure, energy, transport, but also scientific research will be reduced. also, eu officials will see pay slightly reduced, which means that a key demand by great britain's prime minister david cameron has been met. agriculture subsidies are also taking a slight head, but overall, they are still the biggest chunk of eu spending. >> some analysts already say this budget means less europe. what are you hearing at the summit? >> it became clear from the start that eu leaders to come here to these tough negotiations in brussels defending their own national interests, and, of course, the european parliament is not happy with the proposal on the table now. they are saying that the brunt of the cut is happening in areas that are future oriented. much disagreeing with what the european council president has said. they said we would be more spending in areas that could potentially boost the economy or create jobs and foster european integration, so the european parliament has already said that the real negotiations will start now, and that means that we are still very far fr
to take place. that's the process by the energy here phases into one area of low pressure off of the peninsula during the day tomorrow. it looks like right now this phasing is going to take place too late for washington to get a big storm. the worst is to our north. still 24 hours away. we have to watch this forecast carefully. looks like we're going to be dealing with clouds today as the storm approaches during the overnight hours and storm morning, notice the evening commute fine, just cloudy. by early tomorrow morning. could be seeing that mix starting to breakout to the north and west and washington south and east. primary just rain. and during the day tomorrow rise up and along the coast. we're looking at primarily rain. tomorrow night the storm is going to intensify you can throw a wrap around moisture back on us and dealing with snow to end the storm late friday and early saturday and a lot of wind. becoming cloudy. a cool afternoon. 40 your daytime high . tonight 34. cloudy skies. that wintery mix i mentioned late. rain during the early morning hours and just kind of
. this is pretty good as well. they said this energy background could diminish disapproval in the oil and gas industry which says the obama administration could limit production. that is not true. but that's what they say any way. do you remember this exchange? >> romney: you cut permits in half. >> obama: not true. >> romney: how much did you cut them. production on government land is down 14%. and production on gas is down 9%. >> obama: is it's just not true. >> cenk: well, president obama was correct there. and i would say unfortunately because when you look at this chart, how much land that the president has conserved whew, disastrous, not only did clinton clean his clock but so did george w. bush and ronald reagan. he preserved less land for public use than george w. bush. of course, obama likes to break bush's record and go further right, and he did in this case as well and opened up a tremendous amount of land to drill on. i want to bring in a couple of experts, michael shure our political correspondent, and then mark flogl with greenpeace research unit. thank you for joining us. i wan
. energy is transferred to the system offshore and continues to push off. these lines of isobars, lines of pressure, that's why they are packed so tight. that's where the strong winds are going to be and the heaviest snow is going to be. here is what we're expecting. anywhere from about 6 to 9 inches from michigan all the way into new york state and central new jersey. right along the line, new york city and long island, 9 to 12 inches. but look at this, manchester, portland, boston, providence, just to the east of hartford, we're talking about 24 plus inches of snow. this is going to be a monster storm, over 10 million people affected by this. where does it fall? look at some of the top five boston snowfalls, february 6th through 7th, 1978, 27.1 inches, it's gunning for that. we'll have more on this in a little bit. savannah. >> al, thank you. this morning lawmakers are getting nuances about why the obama administration believes it is okay to use drones to kill expected terrorists including americans. it's an issue that will be key at today's confirmation hearing for the president's pi
on repairs after katrina. the superdome and the energy company entergy are blaming this issue on an abnormality. charlie, norah? >> an abnormality. thank you, jeff. we head across town to the superdome. armen keteyian is there with new video from the moment the game went dark. it's a story only we can bring you. armen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. good morning, norah. i had literally just finished an interview with the man in charge of the nfl's entire super bowl game day operation inside the control room when the power went out. the interview was part of a behind the scenes 60 minutes sports story to air wednesday night on showtime. we were talking about the halftime timing clock and the fact that beyonce's show had run three minutes long when everything changed. the search for answers never coming through during the 34-minute blackout. >> the 50 yard line time clock here is so low that had it been illuminated during the halftime show, it would have been in every shot. so we took that out and put it up there so i could see it. >> it uh-o
to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like the berios. i'm joe kennedy. ng warm, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! >>> if you've ever driven around the d.c. region, you know traffic is bad, but a new scientific study proves the d.c. area has the worst traffic in the country. researchers at texas a&m used data collected from sensors in highways and major roads. fox 5's john henrehan shows us what they found. >> reporter: jacqueline gill, an analyst who commutes only about 14 miles every morning from fall church to d.c. knows about slow rush hour traffic. >> without traffic 30 minutes. with traffic probably an hour, hour 15 minutes. >> reporter: on a bad day? >> an hour and a half on a really bad day. >> reporter: how often does that happen? >> once a month. >> reporter: well, once again researchers at texas a&m have crunched the numbers nationally and concluded the d.c. area has the most congestion in the u.s. among the highlights in the report, on average motorists here lose 67 hours a year be
atomic energy agency that they've been stiffing for the past several years in response to some important requests by the agency to visit iran's nuclear sites. so i think that iran is -- as i say, they have their objectives. they'd like relief from the sanctions not because they're hurting the nuclear program but because they'd like relief from the sanctions for economic reasons. >> the ieaa even said that the talks were, quote, not going very well. finally, can you explain what this means, and in this is a quote from the iranian foreign minister. when it comes to the nuclear issue, yes, we're ready to negotiate, but we have to make sure this time, and this, i think, is very fair of us to make sure the other side, that means us, this time comes with an authentic intention, authentic and real intention to resolve the issue. i'm sorry. what is he talking about? >> he wants concessions from the west, from the united states and europe, really, before any serious discussions get underway. that's how we show we're authentic and sincere and wanting negotiations, and i very much fear that the eur
equipment makers targets as well. we're buying less gasoline but paying more for it. u.s. energy department says we spend $2900 a year on gas. that is 4% of our income. >> san francisco woman tells 7 on your side her gas range runs so hot she's afraid knobs on the stove could burn her. >>. >> this is interesting and odd. we couldn't find anyone who heard of this happening. but this woman insists that this is a stove that is too hot to handle. she pops her meat balls into the oven. nothing unusual except for what happens next. >> when i started to bake, the knobs started getting hot. >> even hotter when bakes and cooks at the same time. >> it's dangerous. especially for my son. he likes to cook. i won't let him near the stove. >> she says shaez to use a towel to protect her hand. the unit is made by electroluxe. the company sent out teches to her home, six times. >> the techs telling me that the oven releases its heat through these slates here. and they come up and hit the knobs. >> each time they told her the stove doesn't get hot enough to be of a danger to she called 7 on your side. we us
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. this is the moisture and energy that will combine and make its way up to the northeast later but look at all the risk of storms from mobile to savannah, rainfall amounts anywhere from 3 to 6 inches of rain from new orleans up to raleigh. we'll get to your local forecast, but first this this message. >>> good thursday morning to you. take a look at this. we have a rainbow over alcatraz this morning. gray sky and showers on the way. bulk of the moisture is a few hours away from san francisco. we expect the activity to come down between 11:00 and 2:00 p.m. we'll have to wait for the rain. watch out for slick conditions as you make your way out the front door. >> that's your latest weather. matt. >> a controversy raging at a prestigious university. was a fraternity party at duke racist. michelle kosinski on the campus in durham, north carolina. good morning. >> reporter: that's right. this is all over a fraternity party, many felt had an offensive, even racist theme from the invites on. it led to a student demonstration here and the suspension of the fraternity. these are the invites sent out by kappa si
this album after we had been on the road for a good year. and so, we really had a very live energy on the road. and working with the amazing producer of this record, rob cavallo, who had had green day and a lot of brands. basically it was to bring the edge of a live show on to the record. it is not a rock record. but we liked the energy of that. we had fun. and weren't afraid to open up into new territories. >> you did a great interview, i thit was for "details." and you talked about growing up in the grunge era. do you ever try to go to that direction? >> only at karaoke. that's when i have too much cough medicine and take on the pearl jam. my voice does not do grunge very well. when i was listening to that stuff as a kid, i would try to sing it. and it would come out the way i sound, which is ridiculous. >> so glad you're singing the way you are. >> me, too. it worked out all right. >> we've seen you host talk shows. you're acting. you're singing. is this still your first and most important passion? >> music will always be 100%. i wanted to sing since i was very little. the actin
into the third quarter, elevators, escalators, half the stadium went dark. despite using limited energy off the power grid. the superdome's electrical system got that million-dollar upgrade last december. utility company entergy said some abnormality still triggered the partial system shutdown. "60 minutes sports" was rolling when the problem happened. >> uh-oh. >> we lost light. frank? we lost the a.c. >> reporter: what does that mean? >> that means that we have to do the bus time -- >> what's that mean? >> that means a 20-minute delay. >> reporter: law enforcement determined quickly it wasn't an act of terrorism or hacking. with so many systems used during the super bowl, turning the lights back on was not easy. >> very complicated system. there's scoring equipment, telephone switches, coaches' headsets. all of those things get affected. >> reporter: at a press conference monday, nfl commissioner roger goodell dismissed the idea that the halftime show was to blame. >> to say that beyonce's halftime show has something to do with it is not the case from anything we have at this point. >> th
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signs of dekay, something that concerned not only the energy company, entergy, but officials at the superdome. money was paid for repairs and those repairs were made but the system still failed. after the dome went dark during the super bowl it's now fresh meat for the late-night comics. >> the lights went out in the third quarter. it was weird. normally i don't experience a blackout till after the super bowl party. >> you see what happens when beyonce actually sings live? that's what happens. >> someone clapped twice and everything went dark. >> reporter: 34 minutes of near darkness unfolded on 73,000 fans in the stands, a tv audience of 108 million and a camera crew from 60 minutes sports that happened to be in the nerve center, the control room. >> we lost lights. >> reporter: so what did happen? >> it's still a mystery. we're going to get to the bottom of it. >> reporter: doug thornton manages the superdome and says there are two power feeders from the substation that go into the building and the main feeder went out, bringing down the lights on the west side of the stadi
. currently two pieces of energy, our one storm system climbing up the middle of the atlantic seaboard and we have a cold pocket of air swinging through the northeast. as these combine forces later on, it will deepen very, very rapidly. we'll see tremendous amounts of snow, blinding visibilities and some very, very high wind. but we've already seen snow around the greater boston area. delays will pile up along the interstate 95 corridor, this afternoon and this evening. that continues through the overnight as the storm system continues to ramp up. in terms of snow accumulations along the i-95 corridor, we could see well over one to two feet on the outskirts of boston. worcester, hartford, providence looking at snowdrifts three to four feet deep of the as we head into saturday it will slowly wind down as winds calm down as well. back to you, ashley. ashley: thank you. justin, thank you so much. appreciate it. tracy: ick. ashley: at least it is on a friday night going into the weekend. tracy: i agree actually. let's a me get home safely. here in the new york city the heavy snow hasn't started t
of alternative energy. >> the fact it was coming from kids made it hit home a lot harder. the child shall lead them sort of thing. ♪ >> she set the example for the town and it is great that westerly has a person that we can be very proud of and tell the rest of the country, look what we're doing on the shore.
restaurants to recycle their grease. >> our bill will also promote the use of alternative energy. >> the fact that it was coming from kids made it hit home a lot harder. the child shall lead them, sort of thing. she set the example for the town. it's great that westerly has a person that we can be very proud of.
here come over the mountains. sometimes they don't have the energy left. an inch might cause some slipperiness. everybody has been saying will we have two hour delays? i think that depends if road crews get out. i thought i'd start with what happened last night and these rivers running so hard and fast the next couple days. this is great falls about 1:30 this afternoon at overlook one and water was high there, but it will be higher possibly tomorrow. you should be aware through saturday evening we may see high tides especially along the tidal potomac. something that happened today was the strong northwest winds to blow out some of the water from the streams and creeks, but wow, that was a lot of water that fell yesterday, wasn't it? this is an estimate of the 24 hour rain totals from sentinel radar. you can see the heaviest here fairfax, loudoun county into montgomery county, howard and baltimore when we look at some of the estimations, clearly some very heavy rain totals in what amounted to about eight hours here, 4.2 inches an estimate, not as much in the district, but a lot of
. beyonce, her half-time show, killed it, absorbed all the energy. >> reporter: oh, yeah. about that beyonce, singing live as promised, she lit up the superdome with all her single ladies and the destiny's child reunion many were hoping for. on this night, beyonce left the national anthem to fellow diva alicia keys. ♪ o say can you see >> reporter: while jennifer hudson joined the choir from sandy hook elementary with emotional rendition of "america the beautiful." at the end of the night, though, it was the ravens who were the better team with older brother, john harbaugh, besting his younger brother, jim. >> it's never pretty. it's never perfect, but it is us. >> reporter: their parents celebrating a bittersweet victory and players soaking up a tough win in the big easy. >> amazing. phenomenal. listen to them! baltimore, we're champions! >> reporter: here is the deal, guys, as far as the blackout goes. it lasted about 34 minutes. i got a chance to walk around a little bit. nobody panicked. nobody was overly concerned. nobody rushed the field. for the most part everybody was calm. there w
last week. mainly last week, but we will have occasional clippers or pieces of energy coming down from the north and west. when that happens, we get a chance when we are cold that we'll have light snow from here to there. we'll see it in the forecast all weekend long and again, most of the snow, now listen, the real accumulating snow will be up to the north and west. if you're traveling up toward western pa, that's where they'll get decent snow. here, i think, and this goes right on through the weekend. this will be for saturday and for sunday and into sunday night. we may get an additional coating in places. that may come in two little chances of snow. right now we're not forecasting a big deal at all. just keep that in mind. further north, up i-95, there's a chance that some of those places could get an inch or so. winds are still gusty out there this evening and remain gusty for the next few hours. it's gusting to 28 miles per hour here in town. the temperature is 28 degrees. but that doesn't matter because the feels like temperature is down in the teens. single digits north and wes
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